"Developed under the general editorship of the Smoking and Tobacco Control Program (STCP), National Cancer Institute (NCI), Donald R. Shopland, coordinator"--Acknowl
"August 1996"--P.  of cover
"T667"--P.  of cover
Includes bibliographical references
Cigarette testing and the Federal Trade Commission: a historical overview -- Review of the Federal Trade Commission method for determining cigarette tar and nicotine yield -- Changes in cigarette design and composition over time and how they influence the yields of smoke constituents -- Attitudes, knowledge, and beliefs about low-yield cigarettes among adolescents and adults -- Cigarette smoke components and disease: cigarette smoke is more than a triad of tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide -- The changing cigarette and disease risk; current status of the evidence -- Biomarkers of cigarette smoking -- Pharmacology and markers: nicotine pharmacology and addictive effects -- Consumer/smoker perceptions of Federal Trade Commission tar ratings -- Sensitivity of the Federal Trade Commission test method to analytical parameters -- human smoking patterns -- Compensation for nicotine by smokers of lower yield cigarettes -- Cigarette design technologies reduce smoke yield and expand consumer choices: the role and utility of the FTC method -- Overview of 1980 to 1994 research related to the standard Federal Trade Commission test method for cigarettes
xxv, 275 p. : 26 cm
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Shopland, Donald R; National Cancer Institute (U.S.). Smoking and Tobacco Control Program